We all know compost is good for our garden, but also has a lot of environmental benefits in the backyard. Thus, manage the organic waste is quite important. The environment impacts of organic waste are performance in the following respects:

1.Landfill Space

In many areas of land allocation to a waste disposal is rapidly filling. About a half of all household waste is organic. Most of the waste can be through compost utilization, turning waste materials into a used in the garden in the fertile soil.
By composting, not only can help reduce the amount of waste into the landfill can also help reduce pollution and greenhouse gases.

2. Benefit of composting

Nutrients in the compost are released into the soil as your plants need them.
Compost in clay improves drainage and helps to store water in sandy soils.
Compost assisted plant growth and disease resistance.
Compost also helps to absorb and filter runoff and protect the river from erosion and pollution.
Compost reduces unwanted insects, limiting the need for commercial herbicides and pesticides, thus preventing runoff pollution.
You don’t have to pack the garbage in the garden to collect the roadside or pay it to the tip.

3. Contamination

For garbage disposal of most of the land is not re-use, because of the pollution. This occurs in landfill is compressed and air is extruded. Decomposing waste anaerobic (without oxygen), which means that acid production. These acids can affect other trash items, such as plastics, resulting in a called landfill leachate toxic mixture. Collected at the bottom of landfill leachate and groundwater infiltration and from there into waterways.

4. Greenhouse gases

Organic waste is produced in landfills, which produce greenhouse gases, methane and carbon dioxide, which contribute to global climate change.
Most of the garbage landfill gas by 54% methane and 40% of the carbon dioxide. Methane than carbon dioxide greenhouse gas emissions 204 times. Scientists predict, climate change will affect our lives, especially in agriculture and human (health. viewed on 14, June, 2016

As a sustainable resource recycling leader, SUEZ believes that the future of waste management is based on a greater degree of resource recovery and recycling of organic materials in composting production. SUEZ’s organic recycling services help Australian companies to reduce their carbon footprint, while reducing the number of waste to landfill.


Management the organic waste has lots of benefits of the environment, thus, not only the government do this job, there have others organisation do this job as well, for example the MONASH UNIVERSITY.

In 2015, facilities and services to buy commercial organic decomposition weborganic recovery unit help further reduce the amount of garbage landfill will Monash University. The unit can reduce organic food waste from our food stores by impregnation, produced by dehydration of quality.

From Clayton campus of several food suppliers has been committed to provide equipment and services, provide food waste for the machine, the initial results to reduce the average weight of 70%. More than 4 months of time, the unit misappropriated nearly nine tons of organic waste landfill field. In the first 24 hours, the original material is reduced by up to 90% of the and transformed from compost. The unit production of dry film, then the Monash ground staff for landscape conservation soil conditioner.

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In the hospital many of items are recycling and compost, the paper and cardboard are easy to recycle, and also can make a new sheets.  Moreover, this process can save the energy and reduce the reaching landfill. Organic manure can production by aerobic decomposition same as anaerobic decomposition. The most practical method is decomposition by the involvement of the earth worm.


Composting Fact Sheet July 2009, ‘ Composting Organic Waste’ viewed on 14 June, 2016.

MONASH UNIVERSITY ‘Initiative: Organic waste decomposer, Our First Organic Recycling Machine’ viewed on 14 June, 2016.

Renu, P. , Roshan A. ‘Hospital Waste Management’  published on 24-26 November, 1999 viewed on 14 June, 2016.


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